Located in Bikaner, the Ganga Golden Jubilee Museum was established in 1937, on the day of maharaja Ganga Singh’s golden jubilee celebrations. This museum has a collection of a variety of artworks and sculptures.
Divided into a number of sections, Ganga Golden Jubilee Museum is present in the Lalgarh Palace. Artifacts present here are differentiated in various sections, according to their historical importance. Weapons and objects that were used for hunting by Emperor Karni Singh are put on display in this museum. Rajasthani war weaponry, Litho prints of British Empire and sculptures of Harappan era are some of the other attractions displayed here.
This museum also has a large number of photographs of India under the British rule. Life size paintings of maharaja Ganga Singh are also displayed at the ground floor. Due to an incredible selection of items present here, a visit to this museum can be an enriching experience for art lovers.